Elements of Thriving
Resilience and health consciousness work together to create a culture of awareness and learning in which people respond more positively to adversity.
An increasing number of wellness practitioners are being asked to deliver training or coaching in various health and wellness topics. To meet this need, the National Wellness Institute (NWI), in collaboration with Organizational Wellness Learning Systems (OWLS), is offering facilitator certificate courses featuring evidence-informed tools and competency-based training. Courses are offered online quarterly. Onsite courses may also be scheduled throughout the year at various locations.
Individuals who earn a facilitator certificate through NWI will be able to use the tools, resources, and techniques provided in the certificate course to train students, employees, and clients in various settings in the topic presented.
We offer two facilitator certificate courses in partnership with OWLS:
Resilience & Thriving: The Secret Power of Stress
Gain the tools and resources to facilitate a training that helps employees, students, and clients build their personal coping and resilience-building skills.
Learn to teach this proactive well-being solution, helping others to recognize when they are off-track and to identify healthy alternatives to things such as prescription drugs.
COMBO SPECIAL! “Elements of Thriving” Combo Rate
SAVE $175 when you choose the “Elements of Thriving Combo” during your registration and participate in both courses.
Health Consciousness and Resilience Training is More Than “Check the Box”
A course in resilience and stress management will not help your staff if they return to a toxic work environment. Empowered Health Consciousness is a route to addressing resiliency work in a conscious, mindful way to stimulate growth and health in the work culture, the work climate, and the work environment. Health consciousness and resilience work together.
The Roles of Resilience and Empowered Health Consciousness
Resilience is operable in a window of time; it is the “bounce back” from adversity. Health consciousness is an ongoing process. It comes before resilience, is at play during resilience, and continues after the resilience. If you are not conscious of what’s happening during the stress-inducing event, you are not going to be resilient. Being present and aware during an adverse experience enables you to learn from the difficulty, promoting a resilient response.
About the Presenter
Joel Bennett, PhD, is President of Organizational Wellness & Learning Systems (OWLS), a consulting firm that specializes in evidence-based wellness and e-learning technologies to promote organizational health and employee well-being. Dr. Bennett first delivered stress management programming in 1985 and OWLS programs have since reached close to 100,000 workers across the United States and abroad. He is primary developer of “Team Awareness” and “Team Resilience,” evidence-based, culture of health programs recognized by the U.S. Dept. of Health and the Surgeon General as effective in reducing employee behavioral risks.
Clients who have used OWLS tools or consulting services include Southwest Airlines, Caterpillar Corporation, Carlson Restaurants (TGIF), National Electrical Contractors Association, Owens Corning, Wyndham International Hotels, Wellness Councils of America (WELCOA), American Council of Engineering Companies, and various health and non-profit community agencies.
Dr. Bennett has authored over 20 peer-reviewed scientific articles as well as five books, including Raw Coping Power, Well-Being Champions, Time & Intimacy, Heart-Centered Leadership, and Preventing Workplace Substance Abuse.
Click here to read Dr. Bennett’s article, “The Opioid Epidemic, A Team-Based Approach to Prevention”, published in Workspan Magazine in January, 2018.
Questions about this course?
Email [email protected] or call NWI at 715-342-2969.
NWI Event Cancellation Policy: Should you be unable to attend, a substitute delegate is welcome at no extra charge. A charge of 10% of the registration fee will be made for cancellations received in writing (or e-mailed with confirmation received) more than 15 business days prior to the start of the event. A charge of 50% of the registration fee will be assessed for cancellations received 15 or less business days prior to the start of the event. If you have any questions regarding your registration, contact NWI.